Wednesday, September 22, 2021

"Ms. Goshsquash" - a bookwrap



Ms. Goshsquash

Book by Lola Coleman

Illustrated by Alexandra Rusu


* Ages: 5-7

* Grade Level- K-2

* Length:  28 pages

* Publisher:  DartFrog Books

* Pub. Date:  Oct. 31, 2021

Language: English

Unwrapping Some Illustrations for you


The Book 

This rhyming book includes a wonderful life lesson for not only kids (but also adults) to take to heart.  A trip to the farm by a seasoned stern disciplinarian teaches this life lesson.  She is accompanied by her pet yak. 

Three best friends behave unkindly towards others and it is time to gather them together and correct that behaviour before it gets even more out of hand.  The frightened children discover that how they are acting is not right and each repent of their wrong-doings.  They realize that there is a better way to conduct themselves and being kind to others is essential to reach that goal.  

I love the illustrations but think the font should be bigger to engage kids more in the tale.  Also the cadence is troubling and often doesn't flow properly like it should.  The moral of the story is wonderful.   

Storywraps Rating - 4 HUGS! 


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